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Voorouders (en nakomelingen) van John Karr

George Carr
± 1599-1682
Richard Carr
1659-1727
Sarah
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John Karr
1706-1803

1726

Gezin van John Karr

Hij is getrouwd met Elizabeth Brown op 18 januari 1726 te Either Newbury Of Salisbury, Essex, Ma, hij was toen 19 jaar oud.Bron 2

Gebeurtenis 'Intentions published' op 18-01-1725/26 in Either Newbury Of Salisbury, Essex, Ma.Bron 2


Notities bij John Karr

Middletown, Middlesex, Conn - Portland Church "April or August 29, 1744, John Karr and his wife make publick confessionof the sin of fornication xxxxx of P. Church." copy of document onfile. Their first child, Mary, was born Aug. 1, 1744 They were marriedApr. 29, 1744. From Arvilla L. Dyer, Town Clerk, Town of Plainfield, Plainfield, MA01070 Jan 5, 1996 "There was only one Karr/Carr family in PLainfield. Benjamin Karr, sonof John, came here in 1797 from Ashfield, after all of his children wereborn there. Apparently the family came there from Middletown, Conn. Since all of John and Dorothy Hale Karr's children were born between 1744and 1763 none of them could have been 94 in 1803. Benjamin married in1776, Margaret McIntyre, a daughter of our first settler, Thomas McIntyre who came here in 1769. Apparently John came here to live with Benjaminin his old age. There is no record of his wife Dorothy's death in either town. I am sorry that I cannot give you any better evidence that it was John Karr who died in 1803 aged 94." To Norman Karr (deceased 1999) From Norman Carr . . . deceased. See LDS data for his records. John Karr married Dorothy Hale in Middletown, CT in 1744. She was local and her family is in the Jacobus book "Hale, House, etc" He must have been about 35, judging from his age at death, and was likely previously married, but I have no record. (Would love to have any possibilities that you may have). John and Dorothy had 10 children between 1744 and 1761, mostly christened in the Portland Cong Church, across the river from present dayMiddletown. Among their children were Benjamin, David, and Jonathan, al lof whom enlisted in the Revolution from Ashfield, MA. A daughter, Esther, married Deliverance Warner, also a Revolutionary war soldier. After the war, David married Mercy Frary in Ashfield in 1780, and soon thereafter moved to Saratoga Co, NY. It is my guess that he got acquainted with that area during his military service. His brotherJonathan married Catherine Brewer in Schagticoke, Rensselaer County, NY also in 1780. Jonathan's line seems to have adopted the spelling CARR and stayed in NY for a generation, at least. David moved to Fort Stanwix (Rome area) NY for a year or two, where two daughters died. He then moved into Ontario where he was granted land as a settler in Hamilton Twp. Northumberland County. In about 1808-10 he moved back to NY, this time into Niagara County, where he died in 1812 in an epidemic, which also killed a lot of his family. Later in 1812 hi shome was burned by the British in the War of 1812. My (Norman Carr) line is descended from Moses Frary Karr, who remained in Ontario until his death in Reach Twp. (near Whitby) in 1848. A number of his sons and daughters moved into the thumb area of Michigan after the Civil War, and many descendants still live there. Letter and notes from Ashfield Historical Society to Irma Sackett: Wed.,16 Nov 1986 "This is in reply to your recent letter requesting information about theKarr (Carr) families of Ashfield. The book "VItal Records of Ashfield to the year 1850" confirms the datesof a Dorothy Karr's marriage to Jashur Taylor and of the birth of a Dorothy to Benjamin and Margaret Karr. However, there is nothing to indicate that Benjamin and Dorothy Taylor were brother and sister. . . .The 1790 Federal census lists as head of family an Amos Carr with one male over 16, 2 males under 16, and one female. it also lists a Benj.Carr with one male over 16, 3 males under 16 and 5 females. The Tax records start in 1817 and for year an Amos Carr is listed. Vol 1 of theHistory of Ashfield does not mention the Karr families. . . . " Amos Carr m. Mary King, Franklin, Ashfield, 1 Nov 1787 Benjamin c17 Jan 1748 Essex Salisbury b 11 Mar 1751 Essex Salisbury _____Benj/Sarah b. 22 Jun 1751 Essex Salisbury Macres/Elizabeth b 14 Mar 1756 Essex Salisbury Richard/Sarah c 21 Mar 1756 Essex Newbury Benj m. Margaret McIntyre 22 Feb 1777 Franklin, Ashfield. Please contact me when you download this gedcom. Karen Grubaugh at (e-mail adres niet gepubliceerd)
Middletown, Middlesex, Conn - Portland Church
"April or August 29, 1744, John Karr and his wife make publick confessionof the sin of fornication xxxxx of P. Church." copy of document onfile. Their first child, Mary, was born Aug. 1, 1744 They were marriedApr. 29, 1744.

From Arvilla L. Dyer, Town Clerk, Town of Plainfield, Plainfield, MA01070 Jan 5, 1996
"There was only one Karr/Carr family in PLainfield. Benjamin Karr, sonof John, came here in 1797 from Ashfield, after all of his children wereborn there. Apparently the family came there from Middletown, Conn. Since all of John and Dorothy Hale Karr's children were born between 1744and 1763 none of them could have been 94 in 1803. Benjamin married in1776, Margaret McIntyre, a daughter of our first settler, Thomas McIntyre who came here in 1769. Apparently John came here to live with Benjaminin his old age. There is no record of his wife Dorothy's death in either town. I am sorry that I cannot give you any better evidence that it was John Karr who died in 1803 aged 94." To Norman Karr (deceased 1999)

From Norman Carr . . . deceased. See LDS data for his records.
John Karr married Dorothy Hale in Middletown, CT in 1744. She was local and her family is in the Jacobus book "Hale, House, etc" He must have been about 35, judging from his age at death, and was likely previously married, but I have no record. (Would love to have any possibilities that you may have). John and Dorothy had 10 children between 1744 and 1761, mostly christened in the Portland Cong Church, across the river from present dayMiddletown. Among their children were Benjamin, David, and Jonathan, al lof whom enlisted in the Revolution from Ashfield, MA. A daughter, Esther, married Deliverance Warner, also a Revolutionary war soldier.
After the war, David married Mercy Frary in Ashfield in 1780, and soon thereafter moved to Saratoga Co, NY. It is my guess that he got acquainted with that area during his military service. His brotherJonathan married Catherine Brewer in Schagticoke, Rensselaer County, NY also in 1780. Jonathan's line seems to have adopted the spelling CARR and stayed in NY for a generation, at least.
David moved to Fort Stanwix (Rome area) NY for a year or two, where two daughters died. He then moved into Ontario where he was granted land as a settler in Hamilton Twp. Northumberland County. In about 1808-10 he moved back to NY, this time into Niagara County, where he died in 1812 in an epidemic, which also killed a lot of his family. Later in 1812 hi shome was burned by the British in the War of 1812.
My (Norman Carr) line is descended from Moses Frary Karr, who remained in Ontario until his death in Reach Twp. (near Whitby) in 1848. A number of his sons and daughters moved into the thumb area of Michigan after the Civil War, and many descendants still live there.

Letter and notes from Ashfield Historical Society to Irma Sackett: Wed.,16 Nov 1986
"This is in reply to your recent letter requesting information about theKarr (Carr) families of Ashfield.
The book "VItal Records of Ashfield to the year 1850" confirms the datesof a Dorothy Karr's marriage to Jashur Taylor and of the birth of a Dorothy to Benjamin and Margaret Karr. However, there is nothing to indicate that Benjamin and Dorothy Taylor were brother and sister. . . .The 1790 Federal census lists as head of family an Amos Carr with one male over 16, 2 males under 16, and one female. it also lists a Benj.Carr with one male over 16, 3 males under 16 and 5 females. The Tax records start in 1817 and for year an Amos Carr is listed. Vol 1 of theHistory of Ashfield does not mention the Karr families.
. . . "
Amos Carr m. Mary King, Franklin, Ashfield, 1 Nov 1787
Benjamin
c17 Jan 1748 Essex Salisbury
b 11 Mar 1751 Essex Salisbury
_____Benj/Sarah
b. 22 Jun 1751 Essex Salisbury Macres/Elizabeth
b 14 Mar 1756 Essex Salisbury Richard/Sarah c 21 Mar 1756 Essex Newbury
Benj m. Margaret McIntyre 22 Feb 1777 Franklin, Ashfield.

Please contact me when you download this gedcom. Karen Grubaugh at (e-mail adres niet gepubliceerd)

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Bronnen

  1. The Carr Family Records., Edson L. Carr, p. 24
  2. The Carr Family Records., Edson L. Carr, p. 34
  3. Portland Church, Portland, CT Records
  4. History of the Town of Plainfield
    "1803 John Carr died age 94 - the oldest person to die that year."

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